Quality Hotel Gateway

16 Fenton Street, Devonport, Tasmania, 7310, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 16 Fenton Street, Devonport, is near Platypus Experience.
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    Travel Blogs from Devonport

    Tasmania - Great Nature which hopefuly will stay..

    A travel blog entry by hamburgtogo on May 18, 2014

    18 photos

    ... has just refused the request and we hope that the forrests will survive. In Queenstown we also saw some results of human impact. A couple of years ago, this area was a heavy mining area and they just got the commodities from the top. That means getting rid of the forrest and the soil and that was also as it looked. A bit like the moon. The city itself looked a bit like a old western village. I mean we are also traveling with a troopy through Australia and using a lot of ...

    Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail

    A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 24, 2014

    20 photos

    ... down the road but do you think we could find it? Jan was not happy; she kept asking us to turn around. Eventually we did, right beside a paddock of goats, which Georgia decided to bleat at (to which they responded by standing and staring at us).

    Back on the road we soon found ourselves at Spreyton Cider. It was too hard for Madison to get out of the car (yet again) so the 3 of us went inside. Georgia had an apple juice (which she ...

    The apple island

    A travel blog entry by biancadownunder on Apr 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... Tasmanians call the rest of Australia to visit his brothers and sisters in Melbourne. He lent us his old Nissan campervan so we could use it to travel around the Tasmanian east coast while he was gone. The first day we went to woolworths and did shopping for about a week. Then we went to the Hartz Mountain National Park, then the Tasman peninsula, Freycinet National Park to see the famous wineglass bay, Douglas-Apsley National Park and twice to Hobart ...

    Onto the truck we go, it's onto the truck we go...

    A travel blog entry by gazkaf on Feb 17, 2014

    13 photos

    We got to the workshop early, packed everything up and swept the floor. Aren't we good.... Not really, we had to have a smooth floor to roll the little house out onto the street. Anyway, it ventured into the sun and stunned the passers bye. The crane arrived on time and we attached the straps and ...

    Wildlife, cliffs and the Tiers

    A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 28, 2013

    64 photos

    ... stay and continue admiring the scenery that had us gobsmacked, but it was getting on and we wanted to check into our cabin.
    We commenced the uphill journey that seemed to take forever and I was glad when we finally got to the clearing where the trianglular structure was as I knew it was downhill from there. By now, it had started to lightly sprinkile with rain but we were pretty much covered by the canopy above and it was not heavy. Upon reaching the car park, I was ...